The National CashFlow Competition (NCF) is a non-profit nationwide event that aims to promote financial literacy with an element of fun through the use of a financial board game. Pit yourselves against your peers and gain deeper insights into the various aspects of finance in the context of Singapore!
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National CashFlow Competition 2023 is open to all students and teachers in Singapore. We have two categories: Category A for Secondary school students and Category B for Junior College, Polytechnic, ITE, University students and School Teachers. Prizes include iPad Air, AirPods Max, Apple Watch and shopping vouchers.
[East] St Anthony Canossian Sec
21 Feb, 3 - 4pm (session 1)
21 Feb, 4.30 - 5.30pm (session 2)
[Central] Deyi Sec
22 Feb, 3.30 - 4:30pm
[West] The Hive, NTU
27 Feb, 3:30 - 4:30pm (session 1)
27 Feb, 5 - 6pm (session 2)
[South] Outram Sec
2 Mar, 3.30 - 4:30pm
[North] Naval Base Sec
3 Mar, 3.30 - 4:30pm
[NCF2023] Prudential Tower
11 Mar, 9am - 7pm
L Cube is a board game that teaches financial literacy and the importance of Life Long Learning. This board game provides you with a window to the world of work by introducing Education and Career pathways, Economic literacy concepts, Income Tax, retirement funds etc. The experiential learning also takes you through the impact of the different economic cycles. The Pro version of this board game focus on budgeting and managing your cash flow.
* Gameplay is supported by our proprietary mobile application.
Be experimental while learning important values and having fun!
Tracking the cycle helps us forecast the direction of the economy.
Influence the macroeconomics of an industry to your advantage.
Business profit fluctuates. Manage your debts to avoid bankruptcy.
Allocate your budget to achieve your life goals.
You can take over another player's business if certain conditions are met.
Is inflation a friend or foe?
The winner of the table with the highest team score is the winner of the competition. The winner of the table with the second highest team score is runner-up. And so on. There is only one winner per table.
This team has the highest team score and Ann has the highest personal score in this team. Ann is the winner of the competition.
This team has the second highest team score and Brad has the highest personal score in this team. Brad is the runner-up of the competition even though his personal score is higher than Ann.
This team has the third highest team score and Chris has the highest personal score in this team. Chris is the second runner-up of the competition. Cat did not win anything even though her personal score is higher than Brad.
Click the button below to register for National Cashflow Competition 2023!
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